NCR Appoints Patrick Leonard Vice President of Retail Solutions for Canada

Friday 11 February 2005 15:57 CET | News

NCR Corporation has announced that Patrick Leonard has been appointed vice president of the Retail Solutions Division for Canada.

In this senior executive role, Leonard has overall sales and marketing management responsibility for all facets of NCRs retail technology, software and services business. His appointment follows a 14-year career with NCRs Worldwide Customer Services Division where he was most recently, sales director, IT Infrastructure Services. Patrick is an outstanding addition to NCRs Retail Solutions Division, bringing to the assignment a wealth of management expertise, cross-industry knowledge and broad understanding of Canadas services market, said Dan Bogan, Americas vice president for NCRs Retail Solutions Division. This experience, combined with his commitment to growing our services business in Canada, makes him the ideal leader to help accelerate our efforts to increase market share of NCRs industry-leading retail solutions in Canada. Since joining NCR in 1990, Leonard has held a variety of management-level positions including sales, product and program management, planning and pricing. Leonard has degrees in Business from both Concordia University and Champlain College. Based in NCRs Canadian head office in Mississauga, Ontario, Leonard replaces Brian Sullivan who left the company in the fall of 2004. NCRs Retail Solutions Division is a leading provider of store-automation solutions, including hardware and software, consulting and customer support services. With 120 years of real-world retail experience, NCR delivers results to the bottom line for retailers worldwide in food and drug, general merchandise, convenience store and hospitality market segments. NCR, with the industrys most comprehensive suite of store-automation solutions, is helping retailers increase operational efficiency, drive revenue and enhance the consumer shopping experience.

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